01 June 2012

NOTICE: Journal of Constitutional History

Here's some additional information on the journal:

The Journal is a biannual publication. It was first published in 2001 with the aim of promoting and gathering research and methodological proposals that concern the manifold paths of constitutional history. The articles here published intend to analyse – in a multidisciplinary and comparative perspective – the foundations and characters of a complex historical and cultural phenomenon which is the source of a common inheritance, yet with different forms and conceptions. Between present and past, the scholars of law, politics, institutions, and more generally the experts of social sciences think and dialogue about constitutionalism, marked by deep historical roots and growing tensions. The Journal is the only paper magazine dedicated to constitutional history. It has already become a meeting and reference point for the different practices of constitutional history. It publishes essays in various languages and is characterised by thematic richness and variety in surveys, alternating miscellaneous issues with others dedicated to monographic research.

At this moment the international scientific committee is composed of the following scholars:

Bruce Ackerman (University of Yale), Vida Azimi (CNRS-Cevipof, Paris), Bronislaw Backo (Université de Genève), Olivier Beaud (Université Paris II, Panthéon-Assas), Giovanni Busino (Université de Lausanne), Bartolomé Clavero (Universidad de Sevilla), Francis Delperée (University of Leuven), Alfred Dufour (Université de Genève), Dieter Grimm (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin), António Manuel Hespanha (Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Martti Koskenniemi (University of Helsinki), Lucien Jaume (CNRS-Cevipof, Paris), Peter L. Lindseth (University of Connecticut), Martin Loughlin (London School of Economics & Political Science), Heinz Mohnhaupt (Max‑Planck Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte, Frankfurt am Main), Peter S. Onuf (University of Virginia), Michel Pertué (Université d’Orléans), Jack Rakove (University of Stanford), Dian Schefold (Universität zu Bremen), Michael Stolleis (Max‑Planck‑Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte, Frankfurt am Main), Michel Troper (Université de Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Défense), Joaquin Varela Suanzes‑Carpegna (Universidad de Oviedo), H.H Weiler (New York University), Augusto Zimmermann (Murdoch University)

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